Atlas 1025 Review
The Atlas 1025 Snowshoes are the perfect snowshoes for those that are looking for an all around that handles great on both packed trails and alpine conditions. The Atlas 1025’s come with a V shaped aluminum frame system that provided added strength, yet is pretty flexible when on uneven rocky surfaces. The Binding system is fairly easy to use for those that have been snowshoeing for a while, but some of our less experienced testers found these snowshoes to be a little difficult to get on. One of the things that we noticed with these snowshoes was that after about an hour of snowshoeing, the 1025’s would loosen up a little making it a little sloppy to walk and hike in if they were not tightened up. The Atlas 1025 comes with their Traverse Trac Crampon system that allows great 360 degree traction. We’ve tested these crampons in some of the harshest of conditions with rock, ice, and snow packed ascents and descents and found this crampon system to be one of the better ones on the market. Overall, the Atlas 1025 is a nice snowshoe for intermediate snowshoers, but we caution these snowshoes to the advanced snowshoer. For more information on the Atlas 1025, please visit Atlassnowshoe.com.